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, and the search for survivors. new word that lawyers for jodi arias tried to quit her case after a jury convicted her of killing her ex-boyfriend. plus, today in court, the battle for her life. >> our minds are permanently stained with the images of our poor brother's throat slit from ear to ear. >> shepard: does she deserve to die for that crime. >> each of you get to make your own moral assessment for what is correct. >> shepard: question of mercy for a murderer. a toddler in a stroller tumbles to the tracks and mom rushes to rescue the child. >> i was so frightened for her. >> now it turns out it was a passenger on the platform who may have saved the day. >> but first from fox this thursday night, another top irs official is on the way out because of what the president of the united states calls inexcusable conduct. the official that ran the division that targeted conservative groups says he will retire next month. the president says he forced out the acting commissioner last night. and now he has chosen a new chief. news conference a reporter from bloomberg news asked the president where he o
." stick around. >>> coming up next, jodi arias may learn her fate. will she live or die? live to phoenix, next. ♪ new beneful medley's... ...in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. just mix it in... ...and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. new beneful medley's. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> now to arizona. later today, jurors in the jodi arias trial will hear arguments about why her life should be spared. casey wian with more from phoenix. >> we, the jury, upon our oath, find that the aggravating factor especially cruel has been profession. >> reporter: jodi arias sat solemnly as the jury decided she is eligible for a death sentence. the aggravating factor fades of a process that will you the mul determine her sentence. the county medical examiner, family and friends of victim victim travis alexander fought back tears. martinez displayed graphic images of alexander's body on giant screens that showed dozens of stab wounds. one so deep it punctured a vain going to his heart that produced a gusher of blood and several to the head that dented his skull.
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. >>> all right, let's move on. prosecutors prove jodi arias is a murderer and a liar, but does the 32-year-old woman deserve to die? that's the big question. right now you're looking at live pictures of the ongoing hearing. what's going on right now? the jury of eight men and four women is expected to decide in this hearing that you're watching, started just moments ago, whether or not the death penalty happens. this is up to the jury. two phases. first was, did they find her guilty? yes. so now the first part of the second phase was, is it such a cruel murder that the death penalty is justified? the jury again found yes. so now the final phase, which is where they look at the facts of the stabbing, the shooting, the near-decapitation of travis alexander, the victim here, in 2008. yes, it's especially cruel. let's look at the circumstances and see if there are any mitigating effects. you have aggravating and mitigating. aggravating is what it sounds like. these are things that make it even worse than other murders. what types of things? the way was done, the victim, the type of relationshi
finds jodi arias eligible for the death penalty in the gruesome murder of her ex-boyfriend. will she get life or will she get death? >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "early start." a lot of news when you were sleeping. >> may 16th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> we begin with breaking news this morning. dangerous deadly storms overnight killing at least six people. and right now, the search is on for 14 people who are missing and the fear that the death toll could go up. terrifying funnel clouds bearing down the hardest hit area is granbury, texas. six people were killed in a habitat for humanity neighborhood. most of the 120 homes there were destroyed, more than 100 others are injured. victor blackwell live in granbury for us. what is the latest there? >> there is a rescue task force coming in from dallas now to search for these 14 unaccounted for people. we're told that the six people that you mentioned who were killed, two of them were found so far from homes that they're now expanding the search area. not just to the central area of an area called rancho brazos, but also to pastures
's case and the investigation. >>> also today, it was jodi arias' turn to listen as travis alexander's brother and sister told the court how his brutal killing had ripped the heart out of their family. >>> we start, though, tonight in north texas where at least 13 tornadoes touched down last night, 13. a terrifying night for everyone in their path. this is what it looked like on the ground. take a look. >> dude, look at that! it's right above us! right above us! film right above us! literally look straight up! >> oh, my god! oh, my goodness! [ bleep ]. >> the 13 funnels touched down, they unleashed their fury. this video was shot near bowie. imagine seeing that in your backyard. in granbury an ef-4 twister touched down, the second most severe on the scale. at least six people are confirmed dead right now, dozens more injured. as we said, a terrifying night, twister after twister ripping through north texas as people did their best to take cover. one neighborhood in granbury was particularly hard-hit. dozens of homes were destroyed or damaged. the storms wiped out the water and electr
the penalty phase of the jodi arias case stuns jurors. >>> plus controversial advice on adultery from pat robertson. >>> a murder convict shine the blink of an eye. >>> and a medical survey you want to hear about before diving into that swimming pool. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for friday, may 17th. >>> very good day to you. i'm richard lui. the forecast today from washington is partly cloudy but when it comes to the political climate is white house is learning when it rains it pours. president obama came out swinging thursday while republicans hammer away at a trifecta of controversies. nbc's danielle leigh is in washington. good morning. >> reporter: richard, good morning. first up today, lawmakers are sure to express their outrage with steven miller, the former tax commissioner forced to resign, now on capitol hill today. in just a couple hours he's going to be testifying about what happened and how. senior white house budget official daniel wuerffel is taking over as the irs chief. he was appointed by president obama. >> it is just simply unacc
lucky numbers tomorrow night. >>> that phoenix jury that convicted jodi arias of first degree murder said she's eligible for the death penalty. they said she killed her lover travis alexander in an especially cruel manner confirming death penalty status there. jurors will hear from arias friends and family as they decide whether she should die or get life in prison. attorneys for ariel castro say he'll plead not guilty. the cleveland man is accused of imprisoning three women in his home for more than a decade. 52-year-old castro is facing kidnapping and rape charges and being held on $8 million bail. on thursday castro's attorneys said their client has been, quote, demonized in the media and they are concerned over his ability to receive a fair trial. >>> now more on our top story. the severe weather that brought deadly tornadoes to texas and also brought some texas-sized hail. there were reports of hail as large as grapefruit in the mineral wells area causing damage to vehicles and windows. nbc's bill karins, i was worried about you, but you're by the weather center wall. lots of tw
in the coal mine. >>> o.j. simpson on the stand. long shot bid for a new trial. jodi arias back in court has the jury offered the convicted killer another blow. nancy grace breaks down the legal case and only nancy grace can. >>> the video today that you have to see to believe. a deer crashing through the windshield of a bus. find out how it ended. i'm talking for the deer. you're watching "starting point." how do you get your bou? i just stick the bar in the dryer like this, and it freshens my laundry for me so i don't have to think. wait. what was the question? [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? [ man ] stick it and forget it. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> the final phase of jodi arias murder trial begins later today with jurors ultimately deciding whether she receives a sentence of life or death. they found that she was exceptionally cruel when she murder her ex-boyfriend. that verdict means she is el viable to receive the death penalty. the prosecution ham
in the jodi arias case. >>> and advice from pat robertson on adultery. >>> and a murder conviction in the blink of an eye. >>> and becks goes out on top. >>> good morning. the forecast today for washington is partly cloudy. when it comes to the political climate, when it rains, it pours, the white house is learning. president obama came out swinging on thursday while republicans hammer away at a trifecta of problems. >> reporter: lawmakers are sure to show outrage when talking to steven miller today. he'll be on capitol hill testifying about what happened and how. senior white house budget official daniel weurfel takes over as the white house chief this morning. >> it's unacceptable for there to be a hint of partisanship or ideology when it comes to the application of our tax laws. >> reporter: the former agency boss forced to resign testifies before a committee today. meanwhile, the man at the head of the branch that targeted groups is now retiring. >> nothing resolves the bonds between the people and the government than the arrogance of power here in washington. that's what the a
destroyed by a tornado begins picking up the pieces. >>> heartbreaking testimony in the jodi arias case. the family of the man she killed tells the jury of the devastating physical and emotional toll his loss has caused. >>> and new this morning, from strangers to heroes. a group of good samaritans joins in a life-saving act lifting an suv off of a little girl. >>> and more than a half billion dollars could be yours, all yours this weekend. all you have to do is get that one single ticket, that 1 in 175 million that's a very, very lucky one. >>> and good m i'm diana perez. john muller is off this morning. >>> they're picking up the pieces today in north texas after those deadly twisters. six people are confirmed dead, and several others are still unaccounted for, and now more dangerous weather is threatening the area. abc's devin dwyer is joining us with more. good morning, devin. >> reporter: hey, good morning, diana. we're hearing some incredible stories of survival after that monster storm shattered what had been a relatively quiet spring of severe weather. the texas tornado struck w
. o.j. simpson taking the stand fighting to get out of jail. jodi arias battling for her life. dan and nancy weigh in on both live. >>> look at this. a stroller tumbles on to the subway track. a toddler strapped inside and the mother races right after it. a dramatic rescue moments before the train came. everybody is okay. now we'll hear from one of the rescuers. >>> a good thursday morning, everyone. we'll get right to those deadly tornadoes that swooped through texas leaving so much destruction behind overnight. >> a huge twister and look at this, as well. baseball-sized hail from the storms. dozens of homes damaged. right to sam tracking all the latest. sam? >> yeah, it was a tough night. this is what it looked like. these storms were terribly violent, 80-mile-an-hour wind, four inch hail, three tornados popped out of those storms that and the watches and warnings started 6:00 p.m. imagine how frightening it was at 8:00 p.m. when it moved through two neighborhoods and our steve osunsami is right in the middle of texas, just about an hour west of dallas. good morning, steve. >> re
morning america" -- a dramatic day in court at the jodi arias trial. the victim's sister in tears as she addresses the jury. >>> nasty neighbor wars. the shocking 911 call says a man attacked his neighbor's houses with a bulldozer. >>> and soccer superstar david beckham announcing his retirement from the sport. now, what's ahead for one of the world's most famous faces, oh, and bodies. >>> and rob lowe opening up, a startling new role in the new movie "behind the candelabra" alongside michael douglas and matt damon. it's "good morning america." 's "good morning america." matt damon. it's "good morning america." [ laughter ] smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq. nicoderm cq is the unique patch that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. double your chances of quitting with nicoderm cq. that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. (alarm clock buzzer) ♪ (announcer) friskies. now serving breakfast. and i have a massive heart attack right in my driveway. the doctor put me on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to
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and benghazi controversies. >>> plus, convicted murderer jodi arias is eligible for the death penalty. >>> the power jackpot climbs to over $400 million and a deer plows through the window of a bus. >>> we begin with vie lept weather in texas where a tornado outbreak turned deadly. dozens of homes were destroyed and numerous trees uproaded. this morning six people are confirmed dead and dozens injured with officials expecting the number of casualties to rise. the storms cut through austin up through dallas-ft. worth to the oklahoma border. the city of granbury, 70 miles southwest of the dallas border, bore the brunt of the damage. the tornado roared through like a train. >> it is rough. very rough. everything is demolished. >> what was it like when it hit? >> hell. >> the houses are no more. they're all leveled from the destruction from one to ten, it's probably about a ten. >> i mean there's nothing left over there hardly. >> the granbury storm is one of three confirmed twisters in the area according to the national weather service. we'll have the national forecast in just a few minu
. >>brian: sorry for interrupting you. an exclusive look at a convicted killer. jodi arias's jail cell as she awaits her fate. pink sheets. number clippings and a cat? we'll take you inside. >>steve: a cat? sorry for interrupting. >>brian: we're even. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: what kind of a jail do you get to keep a cat in? >>gretchen: i don't know. i'm not sure i'd want to wake up to that noise. >>brian: i'm more of a dog guy. >>gretchen: how about some nice little lull-a-bye music. >>brian: like trace adkins? >>gretchen: yes. >>brian: he's getting taller. >>gretchen: he might be getting bulkier. >>steve: he's got a new album. the finale of the apprentice series will be coming out. meanwhile, get this. the -- we've been telling you about the i.r.s. scandal and how they have been targeting conservative, tea party, stuff like that. turns out the woman in charge of cracking down on the 501-c reports, sarah ingraham, she is no longer in the job of cracking down on conservatives. she is in charge of running the obamacare office at the i.r.s. what possibly could go wrong there?
crime news, convicted murderer jodi arias returns to court on monday, she is expected to address the jury. this is the jury that is deciding whether she lives or dies. the jury found on wednesday that arias was exceptionally cruel when she murdered her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. that makes her eligible for the death penalty. alexandra's brother and sister addressed the court. >> i cannot sleep alone in the dark anymore. i've had dreams of my brother all curled up in the shower, thrown in there, left to rot for days. >> i'm so glad he talked to me into taking this picture. i will cherish it for the rest of my life. >> powerful statements, the family still certainly grieving. hln's jane velez-mitchell has been covering the trial throughout and she has a rare look inside the jail where arias is awaiting her fate. jane? >> reporter: well, poppy, i am outside the jail in phoenix, arizona, this is where behind the barbed wires jodi arias sits in closed custody. i was able to take a tour of the facility with the controversial sheriff joe arpaio and jodi has been here for quite a lo
of inside jody arias' prison cell. this after an emotional day in court. >> are those pink sheets? >> the pro nfl football player is a wanted man this morning. there's a warrant out for his arrest. we will have those details next. >> first steve doocy see what's coming up on fox and friends. >> we have a pack friday show. we have the latest overnight from the devastating and deadly tornadoes down there. it left at least 6 people dead. super man actor dean cain weighs in on the white house's rough week. it has been tough. plus how a 101-year-old woman found her secret to a long and healthy life at the mall. plus donald rumsfeld weighs in on benghazi. explosive. a live performance from country super star trace adkins. it kicks off right here on your channel for news. see you shortly. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >> 9 after the hour. chad johnson is a wanted man this morning. a warrant has been issued for a warrant has been issued for the six time probowler's arrest after he failed to repor
in the jodi arias trial. defense websites to testify on her behalf are pushed back to monday. but not before siblings of the man she killed delivered emotional victim impact statements to the court. >> steven alexander in the u.s. army in 2008 when he found out his brother travis had been murdered. as an emotional jodi arias sat and watched, he told jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed? what was his final thought in his head? >> reporter: next, sister samantha alex and every approached the podium, crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength. our constant beacon of hope. our motivation. and his presence has been ripped from our lives. >> reporter: defense witnesses expected to speak about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including her lack of a criminal past, her past effort to convert to the mormon faith and talent as an artist. >> this is a girl right here that you pledged when you were selected as juro
in 20 minutes for other topics to talk about. including that of the jodi arias penalty phase as well as what's going on in the o.j. simpson trial. we're going to talk about the penalty phase in particular. >>> get a load of this. someone sets up a camera in alaska hoping to get an up and close kind of look at a grizzlie bear and, boy, did they get that. maybe too close. we're going to talk about how this came to be and what's to be learned from it. >>> first a trip this sum tore the national parks may reveal the splendor of nature. josh lebs is on the go with details. >> reporter: you can still count on old faithful to be on time, but the rest of your schedule at yellowstone and other national parks could change this summer. >> the sequestration called for a 5% cut to the national park services budget. part of the savings is going to come in form of 1,000 summer seasonal employees so lacking those employees, visitors will see fewer ranger-guided program that those might have given. or the closure of some facilities one or two days a week. >> reporter: adjusted hours and programs can
walls. for murderer jodi arias, freedom knot an option, but the dealt penalty is. joining me now to talk about the cases coming to a head out west want trial attorney jami floyd. so o.j. is on the stand. he wasn't in 2008, getting personal saying it was memorabilia he was looking for in las vegas that day and he described a phone call from an azantance when he first learned about the things that had been taken. >> in this his words, his daughter died, pictures of your mom and dad who passed. they have family albums of your mother and that's when i got interested. >> i read so many stories from people in that courtroom. they described him as emotional, believable. how much is this about him him coming off about someone believable and likable? >> this is the testimony we should have heard in the trial. he did not testify at trial. this is the testimony essentially he would have given and it does so essentially to the law. what was his state of mind at the time he went into that room? but the issue here is different. the issue here is whether his ineffective assistance of council as he clai
in parts of texas. high 80s everywhere else. mid 70s here in the northeast. >>> jurors in the jodi arias sentencing trial cried during testimony from the victims' family. travis alexander's siblings describing how their lives are torn apart when he was murdered. his sister broke down on the stand. >> travis was our strength. our constant beacon of hope. our motivation. and his presence has been ripped from our lives. >> now the penalty phase of the trial is set to resume monday when arias is expected to address jurors. >>> final arguments set for today in a hearing that will determine if o.j. simpson gets a new trial in his arm aed robbery and kidnapping case. but before the final arguments, expect fireworks from simpson's former attorney and surprise witness. here is brandi hitt. >> reporter: seconds after the last witness left the stand thursday a new development was revealed in the o.j. simpson hearing. a last-minute witness could take the stand for the clark county district attorney's office. >> they're talking about potential witness which we object to. >> reporter: simpson's attorn
. some were un-- exchange. coming up next. bill: also, does jodi arias deserve to die? the jury is back in court this morning to decide that. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom, so i'd rather just have my freedom as soon as i can get it. the great outdoors... ...and a great deal. thanks to dad. nope eeeeh... oh, guys let's leave the deals to hotels.com. ooh that one! nice. got it! oh my gosh this is so cool. awesome! perfect! dad to the rescue. the perfect place is on sale now. up to 30% off. only at hotels.com can youlyric can.aid do this? lyric can. lyric can. lyric by phonak is the world's only 24/7, 100% invisible hearing device. it's tiny. but that might be the least revolutionary thing about lyric. lyric can be worn 24/7 for up to four months, without battery changes. call 1-800-411-7040 for a risk-free trial. cookie: there's absolutely no way anyone can see it even if they get right up to my ear. michael: wake up, go to sleep...showering, running, all your activities. lyric can also give you exceptionally clear, natural sound in quiet and noisy environments because of how
'll be right back. before global opportunities . >>> the jury deciding jodi arias' fate is deciding emotional statements from the brother and sister of travis alexander. arias sobbed in court when they talked about what he meant to them. they simply said they didn't want to see their brother's murderer anymore. cnn's casey wian has more from phoenix. >> reporter: stephen alexander was in the u.s. army in 2008 when he found out his brother travis had been murdered. as his killer emotional jodi arias watched. he told the jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed? what was his final to the in his head? >> next, sister samantha alexander approached the podium crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength, our constant beacon of hope our motivation and his presence has been ripped from our life. >> defense witnesses are expected to spoke about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including her lack of a criminal past, he
testifying in his bid for a new trial on armed robbery charges while today jurors in the jodi arias case consider the ultimate punishment after finding her eligible for the death penalty. we'll begin in phoenix with diana alvear. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as the judge explained to the jurors, all murders are considered cruel by definition, but did travis alexander suffer during his 2008 death at the hands of jodi arias? >> we the jury, duly impaneled find that the the aggravating factor, especially cruel has been proven. >> reporter: the jury took three hours to decide that the way jodi arias killed her boyfriend, travis alexander fit the court's definition. arias was convicted may 8th of premeditated murder. >> as to count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> reporter: after the verdict, she told a local station she prefers a death sentence to life in prison. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom. so i'd rather just have my freedom as soon as i can get it. >> reporter: arias stabbed alexandre 27 times, slashed his throat, and after he was already dead, shot hi
was hammered, drunk. he had two bloody mary's for breakfast and kept drinking all day long. >>> jodi arias winds up the same day her ex-boyfriend wound up. later today a jury will decide to how she will die, making her eligible for the death penalty. arias recently telling a fox reporter she would rather die than spending the rest of her life behind bars. >>> if you didn't buy a ticket you still have a chance. the jackpot bigger. no one won last night's powerball sending it to 475 million. the next powerball drawing is saturday. you have a couple days to get your tickets. those are your headlines. >>brian: yesterday the president went out and met the press. it was early evening right after the nightly news was done but it wouldn't stop us because we're 24 hours. we have three burgeoning situations that are very intriguing to follow. the i.r.s. situation. we have the situation with the associated press and over 100 reporters having their phone records pulled. then we have the benghazi situation. the one thing clear about benghazi, there's a lot of there there. the reason why people are inte
in the second phase of the jodi arias murder trial. it only took an hour and a half for them to find that arias was cruel when she stabbed, shot, and nearly decapitated her ex-boyfriend, travis alex ander in 2008. that word cruel was crucial. they had to agree on that and do so unanimously to open up the possibility of a death sentence. now they've done. that they can choose death. that is the next phase of the trial. but our senior legal analyst says the next stage is a lot more complicated challenge for the prosecution because they have to show arias deserves no mercy. that last phase is expected to go on for about a week. >>> today marks exactly one month since the boston marathon bombing and while it was day of remembrance, a new controversy is brewing. 13 deputy fire chiefs say their chief didn't show leadership that day. today the mayor addressed their letter of no confidence in which letter of no confidence in which they allege the chief has become a spectator at emergency scenes. he says his fire commissioner is looking into the allegations and will need answers before deciding what to
. sleep number. comfort individualized >> greta: an arizona jury decides jodi arias is eligible for the death penalty. today the prosecutor trying to show she murdered her ex-boyfriend in a cruel and heinous way. >> she made sure she killed him >> she made sure that we killed him by stabbing him over and over and over again and then finishing him off by slicing his throat. it is also sure that during this vicious attack mr. alexander suffered. mr. alexander suffered paib every time that knife went into his body. >> tomorrow, the penalty phase of the trial begins, after more witness testimony, the jury will decide whether arias should be executed or spend life in prison. if you were on that jury, would you vote life or death? go to gretawire.com and tell us now. we are back in 2. lets you hear d even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultraugged ocera torque
of the irs scandal sending the head of the agency packing. >> especially cruel, a jury finds jodi arias eligible
. >>> jurors in the jodi arias case have decided that her crit. the jury in phoenix determined the killing was committed in a specially cruel and heinous manner. that seems to be a foregone conclusion given arias' boyfriend was stabbed in the heart and shot in the forehead. now the same jury must decide whether arias will survive or be put to death. they'll have to make that ruling soon. >>> the chairman of the joint chiefs says there is failure in addressing the military sex scandal. general martin dempsey says women in uniform have little hope that that crisis will be solved. abc's martha raddatz is following this investigation. >> reporter: first it was the officer running the sexual assault prevention office for the air force charged with sexual assault. now it is an army sergeant at ft. hood under investigation for abusive sexual contact and possibly facilitating prostitution. his job, to coordinate a sexual assault prevention program. upon hearing the news, defense secretary chuck hagel ordered all services back towing board to retrain and rescreen thousands of sexual assault and pre
grown terrorist. >> the jodi heir i can't sarias found she killed her boyfriend in a cruel manner. that makes her eligible for the death penalty. the families are set to take the stand. no word if arias herself will testify. she recently commented she would prefer the death penalty to life in prison. >> department of justice is under fire for swiping associated press records. now we are learning the department wanted to spy on several thousand americans last year. this according to a letter the department of justice recently sent to senate majority leader harry reid. they made 15,000 requests for electronic surveillance. they don't specify how many were actually granted. >> if you didn't buy a ticket you still have a chance to be a multi millionaire. the jackpot now even higher. no one won last night's power ball and that sends it soaring to $475 million. they were 2, 11, 26, 34, 41 and the power ball 32. the next drawing is saturday and that 450 million jackpot is the second largest in power ball history. >> 13 after the hour. we have a lot more fox and friends first. still ahead
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